Attack Options - A and HS with Rama Chand
Recently appointed Georgia Rugby Director of Rugby Development Rama Chand details some different attack options for teams of all levels to use. Rama focus is on the skill development and enjoyment of the training process.
Part 1. Offloads Inside and out 8:58 Member content
Ears, Eyes, and Hands are required to execute an accurate and effective offload.
As new contributor and recently appointed Director of Rugby Development at Georgia Rugby, Rama Chand details in his new series – Attack Options.
Note: Communicate the expectation and ask questions to confirm the understanding.
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Part 2. Building Offload Understanding 10:52 Member content
Enable players to experiment and experience by modifying the game to mirror game like situation.
As ex Rugby Australia’s Coach and Training advisor, Rama Chand demonstrates with the St Paul’s, Brisbane players.
Modify and progress to focus the skill execution.Play video
Part 3. Run or Kick Transition Game 10:00 Member content
Create game like transition situations for attack to identify the space and for the defence to defend it.
Which new Director of Rugby Development at Georgia Rugby, Rama Chand enables with the St Paul’s, Brisbane players, as he completes Attack Options series.
Modify the game to build the decision making under pressure and fatigue.Play video
Part 4. Applying the Principles of Play - Attack 3:31 Free video
LQB and KBA are just some of the parts to the Principles of Play – Attack as Georgia Rugby Director of Rugby Development Rama Chand details in the latest Attack series release.
Rama breaks down each element of play into simple and easy to understand parts from securing possession to the scoring of points.
Understand these parts to build your whole attack strategy.Play video
Part 5. Short Side Attack Options from a Lineout 10:50 Member content
Numerical and positional mismatches are the two scenarios to create and exploit with a short side lineout play.
Georgia Rugby’s Director of Rugby Development, Rama Chand with the St Paul’s, Brisbane players, demonstrates how to create these Attack opportunities.
Create pressure on the defence and build continuity of play, as Rama explains, is the aim of the play.Play video
Part 6. Strike Plays off a 5 man Lineout 10:04 Member content
Numerical and positional mismatches remain the objectives from an open side lineout strike plays.
This week, Georgia Rugby’s Director of Rugby Development, Rama Chand with the help from the St Paul’s, Brisbane players, looks at different open side Attack Plays off a 5-man lineout.
Include your players in the Strike Play design especially the game management players. At the end of the day they are ones executing it.Play video
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Edwin Silkstone England
An excellent set of drills Rama, delivered in a confident and interactive manner with the players. You highlighted many good points in relation close interactive offloading, to continuity of play, pressure and responding positively to how the defence reacts to the fluidity of your rapid attack. Most informative – Thanks!
Guy McKim Canada
Easy to understand, simple progression.
scott joyce USA
Great stuff and will be implementing early in our preseason!!!
Steve Hogden Australia
PAT FLAVELL New Zealand
Epeli Davetawalu Arabian Gulf
Excellent drills. Simple and informative. The progress of the session was great from drills to games which nailed key indicators. Could see the boys really enjoyed the session. Amazing work . Thanks Rama.
Torricella Marcelo Argentina
Aprender jugando excelente
roger felton Great Britain & Northern Ireland
excellent. simple and informative
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